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Ready to explore Hull? You can book train tickets to Hull with TransPennine Express from a variety of destinations across the UK, so you can enjoy all the city has to offer.
Arriving at Hull Paragon Interchange, you'll have tons of choice for onward travel. For unlimited bus travel around the city, buy a Hull PlusBus ticket with your train ticket for £3.50 (£2.30 with a Railcard).
Black cabs are available from the Ferensway side of the station and private cars can drop off and collect passengers from the Anlaby Road side. Car hire is available from a number of different organisations.
There is only one train station in Hull city centre, with all of our Hull TransPennine Express trains arriving into Hull Paragon station. The station is right in the centre of the city and close by many of Hull’s top attractions.
The first train to Hull arrives at around 06:15. The time of your first train to Hull will depend on your origin station, so make sure to check your journey. Leaving Hull, the first trains to most destinations leave around 05:00 with the last departing Hull Paragon between 23:00 and 23:30.
The main train station in Hull is Hull Paragon station, and it’s located right in the city centre on Ferensway. All of our TransPennine Express trains to and from Hull arrive into and depart from Hull Paragon. So, whether you’re travelling from Hull to Leeds or Liverpool Lime Street to Hull, you’ll board or disembark at Hull Paragon.
You can get cheap train tickets to Hull by booking your tickets in advance – you can even save as much as 50% on some of our advance tickets. Booking directly with us will also ensure you don’t have to pay a booking fee.
A 16-25 Railcard will secure you 1/3 off (and up to 50% on advance purchase tickets), while you can also enjoy savings of up to 1/3 with a Two Together Railcard or a Friends & Family Railcard.
If you travel to Hull regularly, you can cut your travel costs with a season ticket. Or if you’re making a one off trip, opting for off-peak trains and being flexible with your travel times is a great way to save money.
You’ll find a 24-hour car park at Hull Paragon station, with close to 300 available car parking spaces. A daily ticket will set you back around £5.20 and you can opt for a weekly ticket for £23.00.
If you’re travelling to Hull from Leeds, you’ll be in this fantastic city in less than an hour. Trains from Liverpool Lime Street to Hull have a journey time of around 2 and a half hours, whilst the journey from Manchester Victoria is around 2 hours. You can reach Hull from Huddersfield in around an hour and a half, whilst trains from a little further afield – whether Newcastle, Edinburgh or York – will require a quick change in Leeds, adding a little extra time to your journey.
A waterfront city, Hull is steeped in maritime history. You can imagine its seafaring past as you explore cobbled streets, historic squares, and secret corners with converted warehouses that are now restaurants and bars. Take in the architecture of Hull’s majestic Minster or discover life under the sea at The Deep With travel times of just over an hour from Leeds and under 2 hours from Manchester, it’s about time you came to visit.
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